Below you will find some PDF documents which you can download
about things like managing your money and your rights.
We also have our videos further down the page, have a look - we
hope you find them interesting!
Your rights to be heard
Participation Works have written four guides for children and
young people living in England to help them understand their rights
to be heard in different situations.
The four parts plus the summary can be downloaded for free from
the links below.
Young people talking about Money
Young NCB give their views on money matters and talk frankly
about why financial security is important in their lives.
Energy Bill revolution - young people have their
The Energy Bill Revolution Campaign is asking government to use
carbon taxes to make UK homes super energy-efficient. Currently 1
in 4 UK homes live in fuel poverty where 10% or more of household
income is spent on fuel bills. What is often overlooked is that
this issue affects young people too.
For more information email Rachel firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the
Facebook page or campaign website www.energybillrevolution.org
Get Money Savvy
Teenagers talk about the importance of understanding your
personal finances and how this should be taught in school.
The video was made as part ot the 'Get Money Savvy' campaign,
and features My Money Young Advisors from Young NCB.
For more information visit the 'Get Money Savvy' Facebook page
and sign our petition:
The Advisory Group made a video to challenge the negative
stereotypes of children and young people in the media - you can
find out more about their 2009-11 priority areas of work here
Get On Board Voices
Lily and Grace amongst other Young NCB members have been
involved in NCB’s work on transport including corresponding with
local MPs and councillors, campaigning on bus cuts
You can view our videos here.
Watch the Young Research Advisors video
NCB's Young Research Advisors contribute their views on various
research topics. They have made a video to explain the role they
play and how they help the NCB Research Centre to see research
subjects from a young person's perspective.